The Hank Center's 2016 Living Tradition Award honors Dr. Pauline Viviano
Every year the Hank Center presents the Living Tradition Award to a Loyola University Chicago emeritus faculty member who has exemplified the integration of Catholic thought into their work, research, and teaching.
The 2016 Living Tradition Award honors Dr. Pauline Viviano.
About Pauline Viviano
Dr. Viviano is Professor Emerita in Loyola's Department of Theology, specializing in the Hebrew Scriptures. She received her doctorate in Biblical Languages and Literature from St. Louis University. Her areas of expertise include the Deuteronomistic history and formation, Genesis, Jeremiah, Hebrew poetry, Hebrew narrative, literary critical method, methods of interpretation, and the history of interpretation. Besides articles in academic and popular journals, her publications include reading guides for the Books of Joshua, Judges, 1-2 Samuel, 1-2 Kings and Ruth, for the Catholic Study Bible published by Oxford University Press (April 1990) and a commentary on the Book of Genesis in the Collegeville Bible Commentary series.